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From: K K (kkadowgmail.com)
Date: Wed Oct 07 2009 - 11:41:36 CDT
Can anybody suggest a source for a vendor of USB memory sticks with
actual *hardware* write-protect?
I have an ancient (USB1) 32MB "thumb drive" with a switch on the side
which reliably write protects the flash. Unlike the SD card "write
notch" which is implemented in the driver, this switch 100% disables
writing to the drive. I've had this for a decade, and it's starting
to show bad sectors and the USB contacts are wearing out.
Can anybody suggest a flash drive, currently available at retail or
wholesale, which you have had good experience with and can verify
comes with a hardware write protect?
Form factor, capacity, price and speed are not critical. If you can
point me at a vendor offering custom printing (branding) who will take
an order of 50 or 100 units, I will make sure to throw a free drive in
your direction, preloaded with 'interesting' contents.
Thanks in advance,
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